Katie Jones reviews the tick, tick… BOOM! soundtrack.
Soundtrack Review: tick, tick… BOOM!
Memorials are based on retrospective interpretations of the past. How, then, can one stop the present from muddying the past? Catherine Nock assesses the difficulties of upholding artistic legacy and the controversy surrounding a planned Virginia Woolf statue.
Print Arts + Lit editor, Ella Minty, reviews Le Navet Bete’s adaptation of A Christmas Carol.
Aran Grover reviews Fontaines D.C’s latest single, Jackie Down the Line.
Will Usherwood-Bliss comments on Formula 1’s complicity in helping nations with poor human rights records improve their reputation through ‘sportswashing’.
The University of Exeter has maintained that some students will undertake in-person exams this January despite a student petition calling for all exams to be done online reaching 2974 signatures.
Fairytale of Grenoble: The Peaks of an Alpine Christmas Emily Cooper explores the best of the French Alps’ festivities in Grenoble and its surrounding areas. It’s the most wonderful time of the year: exam deadlines are fast-approaching, bookmakers are starting to take bets on the likelihood of a fourth (?) lockdown, and many among us […]
Following the COP26 summit, Siobhan Bahl investigates the link between architecture and climate change and assesses the dangers of greenwashing.
Joshua Smith explains the complex history behind the Parthenon Marbles and questions what modern museums should be doing to account for their colonial pasts.
Isabel Caine explores the history behind the pantomime, one of Britain’s more unique Christmas traditions.